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http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/people/injury/alcohol/ethnicity/ethnicity.html

The fact that the percentage of passengers and pedestrians/cyclists involved in fatal crashes who are alcohol-related is almost as high as, and in some cases higher than, the percentage of drivers provides an opportunity to analyze the actual cause and effect of drinking alcohol and driving.   Obviously a passenger who drinks alcohol isn't going to be a cause of the accident, but he does provide some indication of the prevalence of alcohol-related nondrivers as well as alcohol-related drivers.  Analyzing this data helps to determine whether or not a pedestrian or cyclist who drinks was a contributing factor to the accident.

Ordinarly you would expect that a group of people who are driving together in a car would have the same average BAC level, which means that the percentage of alcohol-related drivers should be equivalent to that for passengers.  The current campaign to establish a "designated driver" who will agree to drive but not drink should result in more passengers than drivers who are alcohol-related, but this is true only in the case of black and Puerto Rican women.   Perhaps they are the ones who take the designated driver campaign the most seriously.

The only alcohol-related pedestrians and cyclists who have a higher percentage of involvement in fatal crashes than drivers of their ethnic/sex group are black and Indian men and women.  The alcohol-related pedestrians and cyclists of all other ethnic groups have lower percentages of fatal crash involvement than the drivers of those ethnic groups, with the percentage for Asian men and women, and Mexican and Central-South American women being almost half of that for the drivers in their ethnic/sexual group.

There are nine possible scenarios suggested by this data:

  1. Drinking causes erratic behavior in drivers.

  2. Drinking causes erratic behavior in pedestrians/cyclists.

  3. One group walks or cycles often than another group.

  4. One group drinks more often while walking or cycling than another group.

  5. One group doesn't walk or cycle as often as another group.

  6. One group doesn't drink as often while walking or cycling as another group.

  7. The group supports the designated driver program

  8. The group consumes considerably more alcohol than another group.

  9. Women tend to be passengers rather than drivers when they've been drinking.

It's possible that black and Indian men and women tend to walk or cycle more often when they've been drinking (D.) than Asian men & women and Mexican & Central-South American women (F.).  The ratio of alcohol involvement for black men and women pedestrians/cyclists to black men and women passengers of 1.13 and 1.10 respectively suggests that B. is correct.  The ratio of black men drivers to black men passengers of 1.1 supports A., but the  ratio for black women of .88 supports G.  It's also possible that the former group consumes considerably more alcohol in general than the latter group, which supports H.

The ratio of alcohol-involvement for Caucasian men and women for drivers to passengers is 1.09 and 1.13 respectively and for drivers to pedestrians/cyclists is 1.25 and 1.22 respectively.

 

 

Table 5. Alcohol- and non-alcohol-related fatalities by gender and role in crash weighted for age differences between ethnic groups

  Crash
involved
alcohol
person
alcohol
GENDER by PARTICIPANT ROLE TOTAL
Drivers Passengers Peds/Cyclists
Male female male female male female

Caucasian
Americans
no (no) 33,272 16,176 8,969 12,742 6,886 4,055 82,100
Yes no 3,103 1,724 1,004 1,615 1,439 802 9,687
yes 31,573 6,037 7,467 4,147 4,939 1,265 55,428
crash alcohol 51.0% 32.4% 48.6% 31.1% 48.1% 33.8% 44.2%
Person alcohol 46.5% 25.2% 42.8% 22.4% 37.2% 20.7% 37.7%
African
Americans
no (no) 4,298 2,038 1,674 2,163 1,641 988 12,802
Yes no 418 246 178 277 475 251 1,845
yes 3,865 585 1,288 738 1,826 424 8,726
crash alcohol 49.9% 29.0% 46.7% 31.9% 58.4% 40.6% 45.2%
Person alcohol 45.0% 20.4% 41.0% 23.2% 46.3% 25.5% 37.3%
Native
Americans
no (no) 263 145 175 203 83 74 943
Yes no 28 21 20 36 32 12 149
yes 652 169 328 208 400 104 1,861
crash alcohol 72.1% 56.7% 66.5% 54.6% 83.9% 61.1% 68.1%
Person alcohol 69.1% 50.4% 62.7% 46.5% 77.7% 54.7% 63.0%
Asian-Pacific
Islander
Americans
No (no) 910 293 492 492 404 273 2,864
Yes no 88 26 57 63 73 33 340
yes 418 50 149 64 81 22 784
crash alcohol 35.7% 20.6% 29.5% 20.5% 27.6% 16.8% 28.2%
Person alcohol 29.5% 13.6% 21.3% 10.3% 14.5% 6.7% 19.7%
Mexican
Americans
No (no) 1,439 703 1,015 1,278 910 649 5,994
Yes no 258 127 166 296 336 189 1,372
yes 2,461 364 1,076 563 1,192 182 5,838
crash alcohol 65.4% 41.1% 55.0% 40.2% 62.7% 36.4% 54.6%
Person alcohol 59.2% 30.5% 47.7% 26.3% 48.9% 17.8% 44.2%
Puerto Rican
Americans
No (no) 210 67 72 101 123 87 660

Yes
no 15 15 8 14 41 17 110
yes 157 15 54 51 100 16 393
crash alcohol 45.0% 30.9% 46.3% 39.2% 53.4% 27.5% 43.3%
Person alcohol 41.1% 15.5% 40.3% 30.7% 37.9% 13.3% 33.8%
Cuban
Americans
No (no) 150 51 60 76 75 35 447
Yes no 18 12 9 8 16 3 66
yes 83 17 23 22 38 7 190
crash alcohol 40.2% 36.3% 34.8% 28.3% 41.9% 22.2% 36.4%
Person alcohol 33.1% 21.3% 25.0% 20.8% 29.5% 15.6% 27.0%
Central-South
Americans
no (no) 254 104 158 223 200 138 1,077
Yes no 25 16 26 38 64 32 201
yes 246 25 125 49 203 15 663
crash alcohol 51.6% 28.3% 48.9% 28.1% 57.2% 25.4% 44.5%
Person alcohol 46.9% 17.2% 40.5% 15.8% 43.5% 8.1% 34.2%
Unknown
Hispanic
Americans
no (no) 555 288 202 340 247 134 1,766
Yes no 50 31 20 42 52 24 219
yes 734 114 216 132 248 37 1,481
crash alcohol 58.6% 33.5% 53.9% 33.9% 54.8% 31.3% 49.0%
Person alcohol 54.8% 26.3% 49.3% 25.7% 45.3% 19.0% 42.7%

 

Table 6. Alcohol- and non-alcohol-related fatally injured drivers by age group. Weighted for gender differences between age groups.

  Crash
involved
alcohol
person
alcohol
AGE (DRIVERS ONLY) TOTAL
6-15 16-20 21-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70+
Caucasian
Americans
no (no) 600 7,901 8,190 7,018 5,948 4,763 5,090 9,931 49,443
Yes no 21 642 928 902 735 581 481 535 4,825
yes 90 4,773 12,569 10,498 5,126 2,210 1,369 959 37,595
crash alcohol 15.6% 40.7% 62.2% 61.9% 49.6% 36.9% 26.7% 13.1% 46.2%
Person alcohol 12.7% 35.8% 58.0% 57.0% 43.4% 29.3% 19.7% 8.4% 40.9%
African
Americans
no (no) 59 996 1,296 935 686 536 618 1,208 6,334
Yes no 6 87 167 122 85 69 51 77 664
yes 4 497 1,420 1,120 622 325 233 224 4,445
crash alcohol 14.5% 37.0% 55.0% 57.1% 50.8% 42.4% 31.5% 19.9% 44.6%
Person alcohol 5.8% 31.5% 49.3% 51.4% 44.7% 34.9% 25.8% 14.8% 38.8%
Native
Americans
no (no) 7 58 58 48 46 33 56 103 409
Yes no 2 8 10 9 7 5 5 2 48
yes 9 127 248 211 115 45 36 31 822
crash alcohol 61.1% 69.9% 81.6% 82.1% 72.6% 60.2% 42.3% 24.3% 68.0%
Person alcohol 50.0% 65.8% 78.5% 78.7% 68.5% 54.2% 37.1% 22.8% 64.3%
Asian-Pacific
Islander
Americans
no (no) 9 206 293 270 156 109 76 85 1,204
Yes no 0 6 37 34 22 10 4 2 115
yes 1 57 156 127 82 31 9 5 468
crash alcohol 10.0% 23.4% 39.7% 37.4% 40.0% 27.3% 14.6% 7.6% 32.6%
Person alcohol 10.0% 21.2% 32.1% 29.5% 31.5% 20.7% 10.1% 5.4% 26.2%
Mexican
Americans
no (no) 35 364 426 355 278 189 199 295 2,141
Yes no 3 67 90 76 60 36 32 21 385
yes 12 432 954 745 377 144 89 68 2,821
crash alcohol 30.0% 57.8% 71.0% 69.8% 61.1% 48.8% 37.8% 23.2% 60.0%
Person alcohol 24.0% 50.1% 64.9% 63.4% 52.7% 39.0% 27.8% 17.7% 52.8%
Puerto Rican
Americans
no (no) 2 47 76 54 30 22 25 21 277
Yes no 0 3 12 9 2 1 2 0 29
yes 0 19 60 55 24 5 4 3 170
crash alcohol 0.0% 31.9% 48.6% 54.2% 46.4% 21.4% 19.4% 12.5% 41.8%
Person alcohol 0.0% 27.5% 40.5% 46.6% 42.9% 17.9% 12.9% 12.5% 35.7%
Cuban
Americans
no (no) 4 41 50 29 24 16 18 20 202
Yes no 0 5 8 8 2 3 2 1 29
yes 0 10 40 27 16 3 3 2 101
crash alcohol 0.0% 26.8% 49.0% 54.7% 42.9% 27.3% 21.7% 13.0% 39.2%
Person alcohol 0.0% 17.9% 40.8% 42.2% 38.1% 13.6% 13.0% 8.7% 30.4%
Central-South
Americans
no (no) 4 60 81 66 54 27 36 26 354
Yes no 0 12 9 9 8 3 0 0 41
yes 2 42 107 76 31 8 2 4 272
crash alcohol 33.3% 47.4% 58.9% 56.3% 41.9% 28.9% 5.3% 13.3% 46.9%
Person alcohol 33.3% 36.8% 54.3% 50.3% 33.3% 21.1% 5.3% 13.3% 40.8%
Unknown
Hispanic
Americans
no (no) 12 140 135 113 105 81 83 172 841
Yes no 1 18 16 13 11 9 6 7 81
yes 3 129 286 221 112 44 34 17 846
crash alcohol 25.0% 51.2% 69.1% 67.4% 53.9% 39.6% 32.5% 12.2% 52.4%
Person alcohol 18.8% 44.9% 65.4% 63.7% 49.1% 32.8% 27.6% 8.7% 47.9%

 

Table 7. Safety belt usage by alcohol- and non-alcohol-related fatally injured vehicle occupants (FARS 1990 to 1995). Data weighted for age and gender.

  Crash
involved
alcohol
person
alcohol
SAFETY BELT USED TOTAL
No yes
Caucasian
Americans
no (no) 38,692 26,134 64,826
Yes no 3,638 3,040 6,678
yes 36,907 8,366 45,273
crash alcohol 51.2% 30.4% 44.5%
Person alcohol 46.6% 22.3% 38.8%
African
Americans
no (no) 6,179 2,683 8,862
Yes no 564 337 901
yes 4,819 900 5,719
crash alcohol 46.6% 31.6% 42.8%
Person alcohol 41.7% 23.0% 36.9%
Native
Americans
no (no) 528 176 704
Yes no 77 20 97
yes 1,127 129 1,256
crash alcohol 69.5% 45.8% 65.8%
Person alcohol 65.1% 39.7% 61.1%
Asian-Pacific
Islander
Americans
no (no) 1,051 890 1,941
Yes no 95 107 202
yes 415 181 596
crash alcohol 32.7% 24.4% 29.1%
Person alcohol 26.6% 15.4% 21.8%
Mexican
Americans
no (no) 2,816 1,195 4,011
Yes no 443 284 727
yes 3,404 661 4,065
crash alcohol 57.7% 44.2% 54.4%
Person alcohol 51.1% 30.9% 46.2%
Puerto Rican
Americans
no (no) 268 134 402
Yes no 28 16 44
yes 204 38 242
crash alcohol 46.4% 28.7% 41.6%
Person alcohol 40.8% 20.2% 35.2%
Cuban
Americans
no (no) 177 149 326
Yes no 24 20 44
yes 92 46 138
crash alcohol 39.6% 30.7% 35.8%
Person alcohol 31.4% 21.4% 27.2%
Central-South
Americans
no (no) 429 220 649
Yes no 50 32 82
yes 307 80 387
crash alcohol 45.4% 33.7% 41.9%
Person alcohol 39.1% 24.1% 34.6%
Unknown
Hispanic
Americans
no (no) 862 428 1,290
Yes no 81 54 135
yes 958 160 1,118
crash alcohol 54.7% 33.3% 49.3%
Person alcohol 50.4% 24.9% 44.0%

 

 

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